By Jessica on May 02, 2008
JavaOne and CommunityOne are next week!
We're planning some really cool inworld events! Here's the schedule:
MONDAY - MAY 5, 2008 - CommunityOne General Session Webcast - watch throughout the day online at
INWORLD EVENTS - All inworld events will be held at the JavaOne Theater at Sun's SIMs in Second Life.
MONDAY - MAY 5, 2008
11:30am-12:00pm - Brian Leonard, NetBeans Technology Evangelist
Brian fields questions on NetBeans' latest release. Join us for an informal Q&A session.
3:00-4:00pm - Roman Strobl, NetBeans Technology Evangelist
Watch the webcast of Roman's Session - NetBeans: What's New and Cool and then join us inworld for an hour of Q&A to find out more about what is happening in the world of NetBeans.
4:00-5:00pm - David Botterill, NetBeans Technology Evangelist
Watch the webcast of "Building Ajax Applications" and then join David inworld for a Q&A session.
5:30-6:00pm - Join us for an interesting update as Rajesh Ramchandani, Sr Market Development Manager, Sun Microsystems and Jeff Barr, Sr Technical Evangelist join us inworld to discuss the Amazon EC2 and OpenSolaris announcement.
TUESDAY - MAY 6, 2008
11:00-12:00pm - Sun in Second Life
Fiona Gallagher, Senior Project Manager, Second Life, Sun Microsystems
Chris Hiett, Project Operations Manager, Second Life, Sun Microsystems
Jessica Orquina, Brand Programs Marketing Manager, Sun in Second Life, Sun Microsystems
Fiona Gallagher and team discuss the past year of Sun's presence in Second Life and what is planned for the near future.
1:00-2:00PM - OpenSolaris OS
Glynn Foster, OpenSolaris Product Manager, Sun Microsystems
The first official release of OpenSolaris OS, 2008.05.05, has now hit the streets. OpenSolaris OS is a first in a new series of 6 monthly releases, with brand new features like an improved installation experience, network package repository and ZFS as the default file-system. This release also includes a more intuitive environment for Linux migrants.
3:00-4:00PM - Using NetBeans in Industry
Paul Clevett, Developer, phj Solutions Ltd
What challenges are faced using Java to develop applications for real life clients? Paul Clevett talks about some of the projects he is responsible for including some of the challenges and some of the successes.
WEDNESDAY - MAY 7, 2008
11:00am-12:00pm - SDN and You: Focus Group
Heidi Dailey, Outbound Marketing Manager, Sun Microsystems
Come discuss the Sun Developer Network: what's working, what's not, and what you'd like to see in the future.
1:00-2:00pm - JavaFX
Nandini Ramadi, Director, JavaFX
The JavaFX family of products comprises a set of runtime environments, widgets, development tools, and scripting environments based on Java technology. Attend this session to learn more about what's on the horizon for JavaFX.
4:00-5:00PM - Club Java
JavaOne Party - Live Tunes, JavaOne Trivia, and Terrific Giveaways. Don't miss it!
THURSDAY, MAY 8, 2008
11:00am-12:00pm - JavaOne Observations with the Writers of java.sun.com
Dana Nourie, Writer, java.sun.com, Sun Microsystems
Laureen Hudson, Editor, java.sun.com, Sun Microsystems
Listen to the writers of java.sun.com as they recount their experiences at JavaOne 2008 including the most compelling sessions and tracks, most interesting interviews, and all the behind the scenes information only these writers can share.
1:00-2:00PM - Author Chat: Michael Czapski
Michael Czapski, Advanced Solutions Architect, Sun Microsystems, SOA/BI/Java CAPS
Join Michael as he discusses his new release: Java CAPS Basics: Implementing Common EAI Patterns. A Q&A session will follow Michael's presentation.
3:00-4:00PM - NetBeans 6.1 IDE
David Botterill and Roman Strobl, NetBeans Technology Evangelists, Sun Microsytems
Also, we will have a Java Playground in Second Life too! Come check it out!